Identity Score

An identity score is a system for detecting identity theft. Identity scores are increasingly being adopted as a means to prevent fraud in business and as a tool to verify and correct public records.

Identity scores incorporate a broad set of consumer data that gauges a person’s legitimacy. Identity score components can include (but are not limited to) personal identifiers, public records, Internet data, government records, corporate data, predicted behavior patterns based on empiric data, self-assessed behavior patterns, and credit records.

Read more about Identity ScoreBusiness and Consumer Identity Scores, Public Records, Private Records, and Credit Records, Components, Predictive Analytics, Usage

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